Monthly Archives: September 2015

Half-Hour Hegel

Dr. Gregory B. Sadler is doing the entirety of Hegel’s Phenomenology of Spirit, paragraph by paragraph, for a half an hour each time.  The playlist is below, and it’s an ongoing project.  As of this writing, there are 73 videos so far but … Continue reading

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America’s Most Popular Tastes

Each state has their own specialty.  Using the analysis of Foursquare, the data shows which food or drink is the most popular.  You can zoom in on each state, and see which places you can try out this specialty.  Never … Continue reading

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Let’s See What’s in the News Today (Sept. 21, 2015)

Economics A plea for a welfare state because according to the latest studies, it increases overall happiness. Thomas Aquinas: Ethics and Anti-capitalism Emotions Acting happy when you’re not feeling it, particularly known in some jobs, can actually be detrimental to … Continue reading

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Atlas: searching for data

Atlas is a great resource to look up charts of data on anything you need.  I just looked up “race” and this is what it produced. I’ve also looked up “gender,” “students,” and “sex.”  Sadly, “philosophers” didn’t turn up any … Continue reading

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